Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) projects evaluate well. During “test mode” there are a limited number of users, making it easy to meet their demands with a cost effective, hard disk-based storage array. User counts increase as these systems move from test to production, and IT professionals face a fork in the road. To the left is continuing to use a hard disk-based array to keep costs per desktop down and executive management happy. To the right is upgrading the storage infrastructure to give the users the performance and data access they need, which encourages storage sprawl and increases the price per desktop.
Get a copy of our white paper “Addressing VDI’s Fork in The Road” when you register for our webinar “Achieving VDI Success Without All-Flash Problems”.
In the webinar you will learn:
- How AFA Vendors try to Overcome the Cost per Desktop Challenge
- How AFAs Lead to a more Fragmented Storage Architecture
- How to Introduce Storage Sanity into the VDI Infrastructure